Once again, WrestleCrap is back with its brand new, weekly interaction, in which Our Loyal Crappers decide what the worst in wrestling was for the past week. They can choose gimmicks, storylines, news stories, or anything else that constitutes “Crap”, and the votes are tallied in order to determine the WORST in wrestling…..at least for this week!
1. Bruce Prichard responsible for TNA licensing snafu in Missouri (NR)
Because of Prichard’s foul-up, a number of talents weren’t cleared to work a Saturday house show, giving the company yet another serious black eye.
2. Miz named as ‘host’ of Summerslam (NR)
PPVs don’t need ‘hosts’, least of all WrestleCrap’s whipping boy. The notion of him talking leads to me deciding to save my money next month.
3. Vickie Guerrero named GM of Smackdown (NR)
Oooh, another power struggle storyline! You kids that go out on Fridays, you’re missing a rehash of something that used to be a fun idea!
4. DOC leaves TNA after contract talks don’t take place (NR)
Impressive big man doesn’t get his deal renewed (by Prichard), so he decides to take a hike. Let’s hope this ceases happening from now on in TNA.
5. Sheamus as a babyface (11)
Geez, he didn’t even DO anything this week. Well, except get booed mercilessly by the fans in Brooklyn last week. Maybe they’re all loyal Crappers?
6. Nikki Bella/John Cena proposal a ‘selling point’ for upcoming WWE Total Divas (NR)
WWE for the ‘Real Housewives’ crowd. If you enjoy these stilted cornball shows, and you care about the world at large, you wouldn’t breed. I’m serious.
7. Aces and Eights kidnap Kurt Angle in the back of a flatbed truck (NR)
Angle could easily have jumped out at a stop street. Instead, he chose to murder the driver and steal that truck. At least, I think that’s what happened.
8. Brad Maddox (4)
If nothing else, he has the ability to keep me from watching a show where Bryan, Punk, Sandow, and Shield are pushed. That’s an amazing talent.
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